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Monuments and statues will no longer be victims of vandalism in the US, Trump signed executive orders

Monuments and statues will no longer be victims of vandalism in the US, Trump signed executive orders

Trump has said on Thursday that he has signed an executive order aimed at protecting the country’s monuments and statues from vandalism ….

Washington : After the death of black George Floyd in police custody in the US, protesters targeted monuments and dead in racial violence. A large number of monuments and statues were damaged. US President Donald Trump has said on Thursday that he has signed an executive order aimed at protecting the country’s monuments and statues from vandalism, after the nascent demonstrations had calmed down. This executive order is very strong. This will protect American monuments and statues. However, the White House has not yet released details of the executive order.

The new ordinance will strengthen the Veterans Memorial Protection Act

Significantly, the Veterans Memorial Protection Act was passed in 2003 to protect and protect monuments, statues and plaques in the US. Damage to the historical heritage under this act is legally considered a crime. The Act provides for a fine and a ten-year sentence for the convict if he is convicted. Trump said that this ordinance would give more force to existing legislation.

Indications were given for stricter provision

A week ago, President Trump had indicated that he would soon be preparing a strong ordinance to protect monuments and cisterns. He took this step after protesters tried to damage the statue of former President Andrew Jackson in the White House after the death of George Flood. He had said that all I have to do is sign a strong executive order to protect American monuments and statues. There were indications of placing this work in the category of criminal violence. He said that if someone damages the federal monuments, then he should just have a longer prison sentence.

After George’s death, the process of demolition started in America

After George’s death, the process of demolishing idols started in America. The statue of Jennifer Davis was smashed and knocked down by protesters. The statue of Christopher Columbus in Virginia was torn down and thrown into City Lake. The pedestal where the statue of Rafael Sames once stood is now empty. In a tweet by my Sandy Stimpson It was reported that the statue of Confederate Admiral Rafael Semes was moved to a safe place in the city on Friday, 5 June. The statue of the controversial Edward Carmack was taken away from the capitol grounds of the city after demonstrators demolished the memorial.
Let us tell you that Edward Carmack is known for attacking civil rights advocates like former US senator, newspaper boss and Ida B. Wells.

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